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1 1, 2 | taken from possibility and necessity, and runs thus. We ~find 2 1, 2 | necessary thing either has its necessity caused by ~another, or not. 3 1, 2 | things which have their necessity caused by another, as has 4 1, 2 | having of itself its own necessity, and not ~receiving it from 5 1, 2 | causing in others their necessity. ~This all men speak of 6 1, 3 | the first ~being must of necessity be in act, and in no way 7 1, 14 | perfectly known, it follows of ~necessity that its power is perfectly 8 1, 14 | however does not ~remove necessity from it; for whatever has 9 1, 14 | Hence its contingency or necessity has no reference to the ~ 10 1, 14 | has no reference to the ~necessity or contingency of the proposition, 11 1, 14 | above (A[9]), it follows of necessity that God ~knows all enunciations 12 1, 19 | the will of God imposes necessity on the things willed?~(9) 13 1, 19 | and the principle of all necessity, as ~above shown (Q[2], 14 1, 19 | wills something of absolute ~necessity: but this is not true of 15 1, 19 | in God; but no absolute necessity so as to be necessary in ~ 16 1, 19 | some have supposed, by a ~necessity of His nature.~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 19 | cannot be that He acts by a necessity of His nature, unless ~He 18 1, 19 | not, ~therefore, act by a necessity of His nature, but determined 19 1, 19 | Further, God does not will of necessity what He wills, as said ~ 20 1, 19 | thing is not by absolute ~necessity, yet it is necessary by 21 1, 19 | the will of God imposes necessity on the things willed?~Aquin.: 22 1, 19 | the will of God imposes necessity on the things ~willed. For 23 1, 19 | the will of God imposes necessity on the ~things willed.~Aquin.: 24 1, 19 | cause, whereby they have necessity. ~For the conditional statement 25 1, 19 | therefore His will imposes necessity on things willed, it follows 26 1, 19 | that ~all good happens of necessity; and thus there is an end 27 1, 19 | The divine will imposes necessity on some things willed ~but 28 1, 19 | Augustine we must understand a necessity in ~things willed by God 29 1, 19 | OBJ 3: Consequents have necessity from their antecedents according ~ 30 1, 19 | will ~have that kind of necessity that God wills them to have, 31 1, 19 | will, not in obedience to necessity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 32 1, 19 | to what we will not of ~necessity, nor be natural instinct. 33 1, 21 | implied a certain exigence or necessity of ~the thing to which it 34 1, 21 | to ~happiness. For this necessity there is a reason, because 35 1, 22 | divine providence imposes any necessity upon things foreseen?~Aquin.: 36 1, 22 | Further, whatever happens of necessity does not require ~providence 37 1, 22 | many things ~happen from necessity, everything cannot be subject 38 1, 22 | art, all things must of necessity come under His ordering; 39 1, 22 | takes place in nature from necessity; but divine ~providence 40 1, 22 | attributing it rather to ~the necessity of matter, as Democritus, 41 1, 22 | Whether providence imposes any necessity on things foreseen?~Aquin.: 42 1, 22 | divine providence imposes necessity upon things ~foreseen. For 43 1, 22 | necessarily follows, happens from necessity; as the ~Philosopher proves ( 44 1, 22 | effect flows from it of necessity, for ~divine providence 45 1, 22 | divine providence ~imposes a necessity upon things foreseen.~Aquin.: 46 1, 22 | assigns the ~stability of necessity to things provided.~Aquin.: 47 1, 22 | that ~providence imposes necessity upon things foreseen.~Aquin.: 48 1, 22 | not therefore impose any ~necessity upon things so as to destroy 49 1, 22 | Divine providence imposes necessity upon some things; not ~upon 50 1, 22 | so that they happen of necessity; for others contingent ~ 51 1, 22 | should happen either by necessity or ~by contingency. Therefore 52 1, 22 | happen ~infallibly and of necessity happens infallibly and of 53 1, 22 | happens infallibly and of necessity; and that ~happens from 54 1, 22 | foreseen, whether ~from necessity or from contingency.~Aquin.: 55 1, 22 | they do not pertain ~to the necessity of the effects. We must 56 1, 22 | Hence ~the mode both of necessity and of contingency falls 57 1, 23 | predestination an imposition of necessity, ~after the manner of natural 58 1, 23 | saved; yet ~a conditional necessity, which does not do away 59 1, 23 | yet it does not impose any necessity, so that, namely, its effect ~ 60 1, 23 | should take place from necessity. For it was said above ( 61 1, 25 | effect has ~contingency or necessity, as was shown above (Q[14], 62 1, 25 | their ~impossibility and necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 63 1, 25 | that God acts from natural necessity in such way that as ~from 64 1, 25 | does not act ~from natural necessity, but that His will is the 65 1, 25 | will naturally and from any necessity determined to those things. ~ 66 1, 25 | produced by God ~from any necessity, so that other things could 67 1, 25 | cannot be determined ~from necessity to this or that order of 68 1, 27 | the divine Word is of necessity perfectly one with the source ~ 69 1, 28 | produce the creature ~by necessity of His nature, but by His 70 1, 32 | God that ~only which of necessity belongs to Him as the principle 71 1, 32 | God produced things by ~necessity. When we say that in Him 72 1, 41 | Synod.): "Not by natural necessity was the Father led to beget ~ 73 1, 41 | follow that He begot ~Him by necessity; and this is against what 74 1, 41 | neither by will, nor by necessity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 75 1, 41 | against our will from natural necessity - as, for instance, death, ~ 76 1, 41 | if He were led by natural necessity ~did the Father beget the 77 1, 44 | which have a cause of their ~necessity. But the reason why an efficient 78 1, 46 | to will them, since the ~necessity of the effect depends on 79 1, 46 | the effect depends on the necessity of the cause (Metaph. v, ~ 80 1, 46 | things which God must will of necessity; ~and what He wills about 81 1, 46 | which acts by motion, of ~necessity precedes its effect in time; 82 1, 50 | which has a cause of its necessity. Hence it is not ~repugnant 83 1, 53 | 1. And the same must of necessity ~be said of divisible places: 84 1, 54 | 1/2~I answer that, The necessity for admitting a passive 85 1, 54 | the passive intellect. The necessity for admitting an active ~ 86 1, 57 | events ~which happen of necessity, or in the majority of cases, 87 1, 60 | lover, but does not of ~necessity tend towards something else; 88 1, 61 | Consequently ~the angels, of necessity, were made by God.~Aquin.: 89 1, 61 | God's will does not act by necessity in producing creatures. 90 1, 62 | of grace does not impose necessity; but he who has grace can 91 1, 63 | highest angel, there was no necessity imposed upon him: consequently 92 1, 69 | to be recorded without ~necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 93 1, 74 | supposed that God loved of necessity the works ~He was to produce, 94 1, 75 | a thing known is not of necessity actually ~in the nature 95 1, 76 | way about. Therefore ~of necessity by the same form a thing 96 1, 77 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Of necessity we must place several powers 97 1, 77 | Therefore the powers are of necessity ~distinguished by their 98 1, 77 | subject of power" is of necessity "the subject of operation," 99 1, 41 | Synod.): "Not by natural necessity was the Father led to beget ~ 100 1, 41 | follow that He begot ~Him by necessity; and this is against what 101 1, 41 | neither by will, nor by necessity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 102 1, 41 | against our will from natural necessity - as, for instance, death, ~ 103 1, 41 | if He were led by natural necessity ~did the Father beget the 104 1, 45 | which have a cause of their ~necessity. But the reason why an efficient 105 1, 47 | to will them, since the ~necessity of the effect depends on 106 1, 47 | the effect depends on the necessity of the cause (Metaph. v, ~ 107 1, 47 | things which God must will of necessity; ~and what He wills about 108 1, 47 | which acts by motion, of ~necessity precedes its effect in time; 109 1, 51 | which has a cause of its necessity. Hence it is not ~repugnant 110 1, 54 | 1. And the same must of necessity ~be said of divisible places: 111 1, 55 | 1/2~I answer that, The necessity for admitting a passive 112 1, 55 | the passive intellect. The necessity for admitting an active ~ 113 1, 58 | events ~which happen of necessity, or in the majority of cases, 114 1, 61 | lover, but does not of ~necessity tend towards something else; 115 1, 62 | Consequently ~the angels, of necessity, were made by God.~Aquin.: 116 1, 62 | God's will does not act by necessity in producing creatures. 117 1, 63 | of grace does not impose necessity; but he who has grace can 118 1, 64 | highest angel, there was no necessity imposed upon him: consequently 119 1, 70 | to be recorded without ~necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 120 1, 73 | supposed that God loved of necessity the works ~He was to produce, 121 1, 74 | a thing known is not of necessity actually ~in the nature 122 1, 75 | way about. Therefore ~of necessity by the same form a thing 123 1, 76 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Of necessity we must place several powers 124 1, 76 | Therefore the powers are of necessity ~distinguished by their 125 1, 76 | subject of power" is of necessity "the subject of operation," 126 1, 77 | operates, it follows of necessity ~that this something extrinsic, 127 1, 78 | Therefore there is no necessity for an active intellect.~ 128 1, 78 | conditions. And such is the ~necessity for an active intellect.~ 129 1, 78 | Further, conscience must of necessity be either an act, a habit, ~ 130 1, 81 | will desires something of necessity? ~(2) Whether it desires 131 1, 81 | Whether it desires anything of necessity?~(3) Whether it is a higher 132 1, 81 | will desires something of necessity?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 133 1, 81 | will desires is desired of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 134 1, 81 | determined to nothing of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 135 1, 81 | masters of that which is of necessity. Therefore the act of the ~ 136 1, 81 | will desires ~something of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 137 1, 81 | I answer that, The word "necessity" is employed in many ways. 138 1, 81 | composed of contraries is of necessity corruptible - or formal, 139 1, 81 | natural" and "absolute ~necessity." In another way, that a 140 1, 81 | journey. This is called "necessity of end," and ~sometimes 141 1, 81 | contrary. This is called "necessity of coercion."~Aquin.: SMT 142 1, 81 | Body Para. 2/4~Now this necessity of coercion is altogether 143 1, 81 | A[1] Body Para. 3/4~But necessity of end is not repugnant 144 1, 81 | arises in the will the necessity to wish for a ship.~Aquin.: 145 1, 81 | manner neither is natural necessity repugnant to the will. ~ 146 1, 81 | for as the intellect of necessity adheres to the ~first principles, 147 1, 81 | principles, the will must of necessity adhere to the last end, ~ 148 1, 81 | to be understood of the ~necessity of coercion. But natural 149 1, 81 | of coercion. But natural necessity "does not take away the ~ 150 1, 81 | Whether the will desires of necessity, whatever it desires?~Aquin.: 151 1, 81 | will desires all things of necessity, ~whatever it desires. For 152 1, 81 | Therefore the will tends of necessity to ~the good which is proposed 153 1, 81 | will's object moves it of ~necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 154 1, 81 | the sensitive appetite of necessity: ~for Augustine says (Gen. 155 1, 81 | intellect moves the will of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 156 1, 81 | Therefore it does not desire of necessity all things whatsoever it ~ 157 1, 81 | will does not desire of necessity whatsoever it ~desires. 158 1, 81 | intellect naturally and of necessity adheres to the first principles, 159 1, 81 | intellect does not assent of necessity. But there are some propositions ~ 160 1, 81 | the intellect assents of necessity, when ~once it is aware 161 1, 81 | but it does not assent of necessity until through the ~demonstration 162 1, 81 | demonstration it recognizes the necessity of such connection. It is 163 1, 81 | will does not adhere of necessity. But there are ~some things 164 1, 81 | of the Divine Vision the ~necessity of such connection be shown, 165 1, 81 | does not adhere to God of ~necessity, nor to those things which 166 1, 81 | sees God in His essence of necessity adheres to God, just as 167 1, 81 | just as now we ~desire of necessity to be happy. It is therefore 168 1, 81 | will does ~not desire of necessity whatever it desires.~Aquin.: 169 1, 81 | reason the will is not ~of necessity determined to one.~Aquin.: 170 1, 81 | OBJ 2: The mover, then, of necessity causes movement in the thing ~ 171 1, 81 | And therefore it is not of necessity ~moved by it.~Aquin.: SMT 172 1, 81 | may be moved; but not of necessity from ~one thing.~Aquin.: 173 1, 82 | act. But it does not of necessity belong ~to liberty that 174 1, 83 | the thing known must of necessity be in the ~knower in the 175 1, 83 | subject to a certain amount of necessity: for the mode of action 176 1, 83 | Para. 5/5~But there is no necessity for this. For even in sensible 177 1, 83 | proper object, it must of necessity turn to the phantasms in 178 1, 84 | of knowledge is not of ~necessity a principle of existence, 179 1, 84 | human intellect must of necessity understand by ~composition 180 1, 85 | containing some element of necessity, since every ~contingent 181 1, 85 | belongs to matter; whereas necessity ~results from form, because 182 1, 85 | consequent on form is of necessity ~in the subject. But matter 183 1, 90 | first human body was of necessity made immediately by God.~ 184 1, 90 | A[4]). But by a kind of ~necessity, man falls short of the 185 1, 92 | essence, it would ~follow of necessity if man were made in likeness 186 1, 95 | knowledge. For man worked not of necessity, but of his ~own free-will, 187 1, 95 | such dominion implies of necessity ~a pain inflicted on the 188 1, 99 | in those born of him, the necessity of sin. ~Therefore, if the 189 1, 99 | have derived from him the necessity of preserving ~righteousness.~ 190 1, 99 | words above quoted. For ~the necessity of sin incurred by the descendants 191 1, 99 | to their ~descendants the necessity of not sinning, which is 192 1, 100 | action of the former ~is of necessity hindered also; and likewise, 193 1, 102 | the world are by a certain necessity ~determined to something 194 1, 102 | Reply OBJ 3: The natural necessity inherent in those beings 195 1, 102 | them to their end; as the necessity whereby an arrow is moved ~ 196 1, 102 | Wherefore, as the violent necessity in the movement of the arrow 197 1, 102 | the archer, so the natural necessity of things shows the ~government 198 1, 102 | contingently and some of necessity in variously different ways. 199 1, 102 | answer that, We must of necessity say that the world is governed 200 1, 102 | that all things happen by necessity, and nothing is ~contingent; 201 1, 103 | creatures, acted from natural necessity. Were this true, God could 202 1, 103 | not as though by ~natural necessity, because the Divine goodness 203 1, 104 | were to act of natural ~necessity. But since He acts by His 204 1, 104 | entirety; since it moves by the necessity of its nature. But an infinite ~ 205 1, 104 | from Him, not by a natural necessity, but by the ~choice of His 206 1, 106 | made by the voice, is a necessity for us ~on account of the 207 1, 110 | the will, not however by necessity, for the will ever remains 208 1, 114 | the heavenly bodies impose necessity on those things which ~are 209 1, 114 | is ~participated, so, of necessity, must that be participated 210 1, 114 | sense; it would follow of necessity that the heavenly bodies 211 1, 114 | situated. For the intellect, of necessity, receives from the ~inferior 212 1, 114 | of the intellect is, of ~necessity, disturbed also. The will, 213 1, 114 | the contrary, does not, of necessity, follow the inclination 214 1, 114 | Whether heavenly bodies impose necessity on things subject to their ~ 215 1, 114 | that heavenly bodies impose necessity on things ~subject to their 216 1, 114 | the effect follows ~of necessity. But heavenly bodies are 217 1, 114 | their effects follow of ~necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 218 1, 114 | agent's effect results of necessity in matter, when ~the power 219 1, 114 | the heavenly bodies is of necessity received in ~corporeal matter.~ 220 1, 114 | body does not follow of ~necessity, this is due to some hindering 221 1, 114 | heavenly body, must of ~necessity be reducible to some heavenly 222 1, 114 | place here below happens of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 223 1, 114 | heavenly bodies take ~place of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 224 1, 114 | nevertheless does not of necessity follow ~these inclinations. 225 1, 114 | everything happens of ~necessity; according to the reasoning 226 1, 114 | cause, the effect follows of necessity; concluded that all things 227 1, 114 | that all things happen ~of necessity. This opinion is refuted 228 1, 114 | the effect must follow of necessity. For some causes are so 229 1, 114 | to produce them, not of necessity, but in the majority ~of 230 1, 114 | question is hindered of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 231 1, 114 | from which ~it follows of necessity. For instance, that some 232 1, 114 | heavenly bodies result of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 233 1, 115 | happen by fate, must of necessity be directly and of itself 234 1, 115 | happens ~unchangeably and of necessity. But things ascribed to 235 1, 115 | all things would happen of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 236 1, 115 | all things would happen of necessity; for this reason that each ~ 237 1, 115 | the effect must follow of ~necessity. But this is false, as proved 238 1, 115 | absolute but of conditional necessity. In this ~sense we say that 239 1, 117 | generated, it follows of necessity that both the sensitive 240 1, 117 | from this it follows of necessity that the ~intellectual soul 241 1, 117 | of another, it follows of necessity that both in men and in ~ 242 1, 118 | thing to itself, since of necessity it can only result from ~ 243 2, 1 | answer that, Every agent, of necessity, acts for an end. For if, 244 2, 1 | removed, the ~others must, of necessity, be removed also. Now the 245 2, 1 | determinate effect, it must, of ~necessity, be determined to some certain 246 2, 1 | that lack reason are, of necessity, moved to ~their particular 247 2, 1 | ordained to the first, must of necessity ~be removed also. Wherefore 248 2, 1 | answer that, Man must, of necessity, desire all, whatsoever 249 2, 1 | the last end, he must, ~of necessity, desire it as tending to 250 2, 3 | man's happiness must ~of necessity consist in an operation.~ 251 2, 4 | the Essence of God, ~of necessity, loves, whatever he loves, 252 2, 4 | sees not God's Essence, of necessity, loves whatever ~he loves, 253 2, 4 | well-disposed body is of necessity ~required for it. For this 254 2, 5 | holding: else he must of necessity be ~troubled with the fear 255 2, 5 | rectitude of the will, of necessity, ~results from that vision 256 2, 5 | is ordained, of natural necessity, to the ~last end. This 257 2, 5 | this does not follow of necessity, if they be of different 258 2, 5 | happiness: and thus, of necessity, every man ~desires happiness. 259 2, 5 | the will ~naturally and of necessity tends thereto, as stated 260 2, 5 | does not tend thereto of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[8] 261 2, 6 | the will is not done of necessity. Now, whatever is done under 262 2, 6 | under compulsion ~is done of necessity: consequently what is done 263 2, 9 | that it does not move of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[1] 264 2, 9 | it. Therefore it must, of necessity, be moved by something to ~ 265 2, 9 | have health, he must, of necessity, have begun, through something ~ 266 2, 9 | will ~this, it must, of necessity, have done this with the 267 2, 9 | infinity. Wherefore we must, of necessity, suppose that the will advanced ~ 268 2, 10 | Whether it is moved of necessity by its object?~(3) Whether 269 2, 10 | Whether it is moved of necessity by the lower appetite?~( 270 2, 10 | Whether it is moved of necessity by the exterior mover which 271 2, 10 | Whether the will is moved, of necessity, by its object?~Aquin.: 272 2, 10 | that the will is moved, of necessity, by its object. For ~the 273 2, 10 | sufficient, moves the ~movable of necessity. Therefore the will can 274 2, 10 | the will can be moved of necessity by its ~object.~Aquin.: 275 2, 10 | the intellect is moved, of necessity, by its ~object: therefore 276 2, 10 | principle one ~assents of necessity. Now the end is the reason 277 2, 10 | Therefore the ~will is moved of necessity by its object.~Aquin.: SMT 278 2, 10 | Therefore it is not moved, of ~necessity, to either of the opposites.~ 279 2, 10 | the sight would not of ~necessity see such an object: for 280 2, 10 | the will tends to it of ~necessity, if it wills anything at 281 2, 10 | it will not tend to it of necessity. ~And since lack of any 282 2, 10 | respect, it will not move of ~necessity, as stated above.~Aquin.: 283 2, 10 | The intellect is moved, of necessity, by an object which is ~ 284 2, 10 | Whether the will is moved, of necessity, by the lower appetite? ~ 285 2, 10 | that the will is moved of necessity by a passion of ~the lower 286 2, 10 | Therefore the will ~is moved of necessity by a passion.~Aquin.: SMT 287 2, 10 | Therefore man's will is moved of necessity by the lower appetite.~Aquin.: 288 2, 10 | animals, which follow, of ~necessity, the impulse of their passions: 289 2, 10 | remains, does not tend of ~necessity to that whereto the passion 290 2, 10 | Whether the will is moved of necessity by the exterior mover which 291 2, 10 | that the will is moved of necessity by God. For ~every agent 292 2, 10 | cannot be resisted moves of necessity. But God cannot be ~resisted, 293 2, 10 | Therefore God moves the will of ~necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] A[ 294 2, 10 | Further, the will is moved of necessity to whatever it wills ~naturally, 295 2, 10 | Therefore the will wills of necessity everything to which God 296 2, 10 | Therefore it wills ~it of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[10] A[ 297 2, 10 | Therefore He ~does not of necessity move man's will.~Aquin.: 298 2, 10 | motion, effects follow of ~necessity; but from contingent causes, 299 2, 10 | does not determine it of necessity to one thing, but its ~movement 300 2, 10 | the will to be moved of necessity, ~which is not fitting to 301 2, 13 | Whether man chooses of necessity or freely?~Aquin.: SMT FS 302 2, 13 | preference to ~another it must of necessity be in respect of several 303 2, 13 | 1~Whether man chooses of necessity or freely?~Aquin.: SMT FS 304 2, 13 | seem that man chooses of necessity. For the end stands ~in 305 2, 13 | But ~conclusions follow of necessity from their principles. Therefore 306 2, 13 | Therefore man is ~moved of necessity from (willing) the end of 307 2, 13 | done. But reason judges of necessity ~about some things: on account 308 2, 13 | things: on account of the necessity of the premises. Therefore ~ 309 2, 13 | that choice also follows of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 310 2, 13 | first place is chosen of necessity. But every act of choosing 311 2, 13 | Man does not choose of necessity. And this is because ~that 312 2, 13 | possible not to be, is not of necessity. Now the reason why ~it 313 2, 13 | Consequently man wills Happiness of necessity, nor ~can he will not to 314 2, 13 | Therefore man chooses not of necessity, but freely.~Aquin.: SMT 315 2, 13 | conclusion does not always of necessity follow from the ~principles, 316 2, 13 | conclusions do not follow of necessity from principles that are ~ 317 2, 14 | wherefore ~the reason must of necessity institute an inquiry before 318 2, 18 | rectitude or the motive of ~just necessity or pious utility." But an 319 2, 18 | lack the motive of just necessity or pious ~utility, it is 320 2, 19 | be in a dilemma, and, ~of necessity, would sin: which is unreasonable. 321 2, 19 | AA[1],2), ~it must, of necessity, depend on the intention 322 2, 23 | different powers must of necessity be referred to different 323 2, 23 | since the soul must, of necessity, ~experience difficulty 324 2, 26 | the appetite, but ~from necessity and not from free-will. 325 2, 29 | Consequently, ~a man must, of necessity, love himself; and it is 326 2, 37 | pain, the action must of necessity be weakened in consequence. 327 2, 39 | not with sadness, or of ~necessity." Therefore sorrow is not 328 2, 42 | should be threatened by the necessity of fearing, ~through being 329 2, 48 | 2~Reply OBJ 2: Time, of necessity, weakens all those things, 330 2, 48 | disturbed, it follows of necessity that any disturbance in 331 2, 49 | order to an act?~(4) Of the necessity of habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS 332 2, 49 | being. Therefore there is no necessity for ~habits.~Aquin.: SMT 333 2, 49 | Therefore there was no necessity for ~habits. ~Aquin.: SMT 334 2, 49 | perfection is of the greatest necessity to a thing: since it is 335 2, 58 | inclination does not of necessity ~require reason. But the 336 2, 60 | specifically, the matter ~must of necessity receive a form specifically 337 2, 60 | univocal ~effect of fire is of necessity something in the species 338 2, 61 | neglect human affairs when necessity forbids is wicked; ~otherwise 339 2, 65 | charity, it does not follow of necessity that he has all the moral ~ 340 2, 66 | 3: God does not work by necessity of nature, but according 341 2, 68 | the virtues?~(2) Of the necessity of the Gifts?~(3) Whether 342 2, 68 | the Spirit, not for the necessity of salvation: hence ~the 343 2, 70 | in this they are not ~of necessity contrary each to each: because, 344 2, 71 | natural thing produces, of ~necessity, an operation befitting 345 2, 71 | in the soul, does not, of necessity, produce its operation, 346 2, 71 | The natural powers act of necessity, and hence so long as ~the 347 2, 71 | not produce their acts of necessity; ~hence the comparison fails.~ 348 2, 71 | sin of omission must of necessity ~include some act. For there 349 2, 72 | are not ~determined, of necessity, to one act, and consequently 350 2, 72 | OBJ 2: In God's law, the necessity for various affirmative 351 2, 72 | consequently they are not of necessity, opposed to sins of different ~ 352 2, 75 | which something follows of ~necessity. Now that which is of necessity, 353 2, 75 | necessity. Now that which is of necessity, seems to be no sin, for 354 2, 75 | effect does not follow of necessity, on account of some ~supervening 355 2, 75 | that all things happen of ~necessity, as is proved in Metaph. 356 2, 75 | enticement move the ~reason, of necessity, in matters of action, nor 357 2, 75 | proposed ~externally, of necessity move the sensitive appetite, 358 2, 75 | sensitive appetite ~does not, of necessity, move the reason and will. 359 2, 77 | the soul, it follows of necessity that, when ~one power is 360 2, 77 | appetite or will must, of necessity, become ~remiss or altogether 361 2, 78 | that it does not follow of necessity, if a man sins ~through 362 2, 79 | for the sun enlightens by necessity of nature, whereas God works ~ 363 2, 80 | Whether he can make us sin of necessity?~(4) Whether all sins are 364 2, 80 | because the ~will is not, of necessity, moved by any object except 365 2, 80 | can induce man to sin of necessity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 366 2, 80 | can induce man to sin of necessity. ~Because the greater can 367 2, 80 | incline man's reason to sin of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 368 2, 80 | can induce man to sin of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 369 2, 80 | that man were under the ~necessity of succumbing to the devil. 370 2, 80 | cannot induce man to ~sin of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[80] A[ 371 2, 80 | cannot bring about the necessity of sinning. This is evident 372 2, 80 | does not move the will, of necessity, so long as man has the 373 2, 80 | he cannot bring about the necessity of sinning.~Aquin.: SMT 374 2, 81 | liability to suffering and the necessity ~of dying are punishments 375 2, 81 | have been subject to the ~necessity of dying and to other forms 376 2, 81 | suffer and ~subject to the necessity of dying.~Aquin.: SMT FS 377 2, 84 | the ~will does not act of necessity. So when we say that covetousness 378 2, 88 | for, that a man, without necessity, and through the mere lust ~ 379 2, 89 | conclusion, it ~must, of necessity, consider it in its principles. 380 2, 91 | same relation. Hence the necessity for the Divine law to be 381 2, 93 | things have a cause of their necessity: and thus they derive ~from 382 2, 94 | consequently, although there is necessity in the general principles, 383 2, 95 | law is not concerned with necessity of this kind. Again a thing 384 2, 95 | necessary for an end: and this necessity is the same as usefulness. ~ 385 2, 95 | the common weal: so that "necessity" refers to the removal ~ 386 2, 96 | to authority, the ~mere necessity brings with it a dispensation, 387 2, 96 | it a dispensation, since necessity knows no ~law.~Aquin.: SMT 388 2, 96 | OBJ 1: He who in a case of necessity acts beside the letter of 389 2, 99 | be done, arises from the ~necessity of some end. Hence it is 390 2, 100 | reason; it follows, of ~necessity, that all the moral precepts 391 2, 100 | to understand that, of necessity, he owes ~certain duties 392 2, 100 | not another, man has, of necessity, certain duties to ~himself, 393 2, 100 | 7): "Not with sadness or necessity: for God loveth a ~cheerful 394 2, 108 | speak without oaths, unless necessity forces us to have recourse 395 2, 109 | GRACE (QQ[109]-114)~OF THE NECESSITY OF GRACE (TEN ARTICLES)~ 396 2, 109 | shall ~consider (1) The necessity of grace; (2) grace itself, 397 2, 109 | His providence, and not by necessity ~of nature, as the motion 398 2, 112 | can make grace follow of necessity?~(4) Whether grace is equal 399 2, 112 | Hence he ~receives grace of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 400 2, 112 | it is bestowed on them of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 401 2, 112 | free-will, ~and thus there is no necessity that it should obtain grace, 402 2, 112 | Mover, and thus it has a ~necessity - not indeed of coercion, 403 2, 1 | foreknowledge, it has a certain necessity of infallibility, as explained ~ 404 2, 1 | exacted of ~no man by a necessity of coercion, since belief 405 2, 1 | it is exacted of him by a necessity of end, since "he that cometh 406 2, 1 | this that gave rise to the necessity of ~formulating several 407 2, 3 | affirmative precept. Hence its ~necessity for salvation depends on 408 2, 3 | Reply OBJ 2: In cases of necessity where faith is in danger, 409 2, 4 | object and end must, of necessity, be in proportion to one 410 2, 4 | which does not follow, of necessity, from its ~premisses; and 411 2, 4 | Again, the last end must of necessity be present ~to the intellect 412 2, 4 | all the virtues ~must, of necessity, be faith, because natural 413 2, 10 | if there be some urgent ~necessity for so doing. But in the 414 2, 10 | communicate with ~them without necessity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 415 2, 18 | A[2]~), it follows of necessity that different kinds of 416 2, 24 | formal aspect, it follows of necessity that it is specifically 417 2, 24 | enemies individually, if the necessity were ~to occur. That man 418 2, 25 | Nevertheless in cases of ~necessity the child is bound out of 419 2, 28 | above. Hence it follows of necessity that whoever desires anything ~ 420 2, 29 | a ~stranger, in extreme necessity, rather than one's own father, 421 2, 30 | property in a case of extreme ~necessity. Hence one who is in such 422 2, 30 | poor man who is in extreme necessity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 423 2, 30 | except in a case of extreme necessity, when it would be ~lawful 424 2, 30 | husband, except in cases of necessity as stated, ~in the case 425 2, 37 | schismatic, save ~in a case of necessity, since it is better for 426 2, 41 | sins do not occur ~from necessity, since all sin is voluntary, 427 2, 41 | absolute, but the conditional necessity ~of scandal; in which sense 428 2, 41 | 3~Or we may say that the necessity of scandals occurring is 429 2, 41 | scandals occurring is a necessity of ~end, because they are 430 2, 41 | in deposit) devolves of necessity on those ~persons to whom 431 2, 42 | liberty, since it imposes a necessity. Therefore ~no precept should 432 2, 45 | of moral virtue must of necessity ~pre-exist in the reason.~ 433 2, 45 | above (A[4]), he must, of ~necessity, have prudence also.~Aquin.: 434 2, 47 | Now ~the reason for the necessity of finding these illustrations 435 2, 47 | indeed it is sometimes a necessity, when, for instance, something 436 2, 47 | past has become a kind of necessity, ~since what has been done 437 2, 47 | as ~such, has a kind of necessity, since it is necessary that 438 2, 56 | Further, that which is done of necessity, is not meritorious. But ~ 439 2, 56 | justice requires, is of ~necessity. Therefore it is not meritorious. 440 2, 56 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Necessity is twofold. One arises from " 441 2, 56 | a "command," or from the necessity of obtaining an ~end, when, 442 2, 56 | particular thing. The latter necessity does not remove merit, ~ 443 2, 56 | is no glory to me, for a necessity lieth upon ~me."~Aquin.: 444 2, 58 | and there be an urgent necessity for the judge to pronounce ~ 445 2, 60 | Whether it is always of necessity for salvation to restore 446 2, 60 | bind ~for always. Now the necessity of making restitution is 447 2, 64 | lawful to thieve in a case of necessity?~(8) Whether every robbery 448 2, 64 | is led to thieve through necessity. This ~necessity diminishes 449 2, 64 | through necessity. This ~necessity diminishes or entirely removes 450 2, 66 | it ~does not exclude the necessity of writing when the accuser 451 2, 69 | debarred altogether, since necessity may do away ~with its unbecomingness. 452 2, 69 | unbecomingness is outweighed by ~necessity: and for this reason such 453 2, 69 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: The necessity of pleading the causes of 454 2, 69 | not so ~pressing as the necessity of pleading one's own cause, 455 2, 71 | persuasion, which does not induce necessity. On the ~other hand the 456 2, 76 | faeneraberis': hence the necessity of rendering it by ~'fenerate.'] 457 2, 76 | simply, but ~under a certain necessity, in so far as he needs to 458 2, 76 | obligation, ~involving a kind of necessity that would exclude the spontaneous 459 2, 78 | and since a due implies necessity, this kind of due has two ~ 460 2, 79 | so "he makes a virtue of necessity" [*Jerome, Ep. liv, ad Furiam.], 461 2, 79 | it is no glory to me: a necessity lieth upon me." Now the 462 2, 81 | ways: first, by imposing necessity; and in ~this way it belongs 463 2, 81 | human affairs, happen of necessity, whether by reason of the ~ 464 2, 81 | that they do not happen of necessity; yet they deemed the ~disposition 465 2, 81 | prayer as neither to impose necessity on human affairs ~subject 466 2, 81 | may be reminded of the ~necessity of having recourse to God' 467 2, 81 | of "latria" falls under a necessity of precept. ~But prayer 468 2, 81 | not seem to come under a necessity of precept, but to ~come 469 2, 81 | to St. John Chrysostom]: "Necessity binds us to pray for ourselves, ~ 470 2, 81 | which is the ~outcome of necessity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 471 2, 81 | to help him in a case of necessity, or if his enemy should ~ 472 2, 82 | while bodily signs must of necessity be ~in some definite place 473 2, 84 | Whether men are under a necessity of precept to make oblations?~ 474 2, 84 | men are not now under a necessity ~of precept to make oblations.~ 475 2, 84 | no way is a man under a necessity of precept to make ~oblations.~ 476 2, 84 | Therefore one is not bound of necessity to pay ~them.~Aquin.: SMT 477 2, 85 | bound to pay tithes under a necessity of precept?~Aquin.: SMT 478 2, 85 | grace men are bound, under necessity of precept, to pay ~tithes 479 2, 85 | men are not bound under necessity of precept to pay tithes.~ 480 2, 86 | voluntary promise, while necessity excludes voluntariness, 481 2, 86 | in so far as there is a necessity for doing it. But that which 482 2, 86 | seems to be deprived by the necessity implicated in a vow. ~Therefore 483 2, 86 | unable ~to sin, so, too, the necessity resulting from a will firmly 484 2, 86 | the blessed. Such is ~the necessity implied by a vow, bearing 485 2, 86 | Paulin.) that "happy is the necessity that compels us to do ~the 486 2, 86 | putting ourselves under ~the necessity of fasting, lest that which 487 2, 86 | puts himself ~under the necessity of fasting. Therefore it 488 2, 86 | not with sadness, or of necessity: for God ~loveth a cheerful 489 2, 86 | this seems to be due to the necessity arising from the vow, ~for 490 2, 86 | arising from the vow, ~for necessity is a cause of sorrow according 491 2, 86 | understood as referring to ~necessity of coercion which causes 492 2, 86 | On the other hand the necessity ~resulting from a vow is 493 2, 86 | According to the Philosopher, necessity of coercion, in so ~far 494 2, 86 | causes sorrow. But the necessity ~resulting from a vow, in 495 2, 87 | is who employs it without necessity and due caution. For if 496 2, 87 | to swear, note that the necessity arises from the infirmity 497 2, 87 | without ~usefulness and necessity that he implores the Divine 498 2, 87 | used ~outside the bounds of necessity. For this reason Augustine 499 2, 87 | i.e. without due cause and necessity, "he shall not be justified."~ 500 2, 87 | above (Q[88], A[10]), the necessity of a ~dispensation both


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